Domizia Palace Hotel
Travel Blogs from Baia Domizia
... that we have taken in the past fourteen days that we have traveled. I have been working on weeding out the bad from the good pictures and I am close. I know it may sound funny to send out the most recent, but it was a one night adventure that I will tackle and leave the rest of the updates to Karen. I know my place here…the picture taker…not the story teller.
Yes, we have a pizza oven in the backyard. ...
... to 3.30pm. We headed back down the winding road to Casino where we bought food at a supermarket and had a picnic lunch in a local park.
When we were in town we noticed signs to the Montecasino battle museum and considering war is what we are here for we decided to check it out. As with a lot of things in Italy it was expensive but we decided to go in anyway. It was really disappointing. We had an English-speaking guide who, apart from ...
... keep the appointment or cancel it. Simple enough.
But I couldn’t get the girl in white to tell me when the appointment was going to be. She didn’t seem to understand this part of my charade. She came around from the front desk reception area and inspected my hair…holding it in her hands as if it were dirty straw (not too far of the mark actually – in fairness to her) and crinkled her nose up in disgust. Cha Ching…was all ...
... game. There seems to be no rules to parking.
... used rake like tools and pulled, swept and banged the olives from the tress to netting below. We used our hands when our rakes didn’t work and we dropped the olives on the ground to the net. It didn’t matter if they were stepped on or perfect or ripe or anything…they are being used for olive oil. After the trees were stripped of the olives…we captured all the olives in the nets and put them into barrels. The barrels will ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service